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UFRJ Applied Mathematics graduate.


Mar
29
comment Proving $\big(n!^{\frac1n}\big)_{n\in\mathbb N^*} \to \infty$
Makes sense, but that $a^{n−a}$ shouldn't be there, should it? I edited it out, feel free to rollback if needed. Also, you assume $a\in\mathbb N$, but that's without loss too; one just has to replace $a$ with $\lfloor a\rfloor$.
Mar
29
suggested suggested edit on Proving $\big(n!^{\frac1n}\big)_{n\in\mathbb N^*} \to \infty$
Mar
29
accepted Proving $\big(n!^{\frac1n}\big)_{n\in\mathbb N^*} \to \infty$
Mar
29
asked Proving $\big(n!^{\frac1n}\big)_{n\in\mathbb N^*} \to \infty$
Mar
28
accepted Splitting field of a slightly general polynomial
Mar
28
accepted Average waiting time in a Poisson process
Dec
19
accepted Finding a Fermat number with a given prime factor
Dec
13
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
29
awarded  Popular Question
May
29
revised Trouble with geometrical application of Lagrange multiplier
rollback
May
20
comment Prime numbers stretch to infinity, but what about the distance between them?
Polignac turned out to be right: golem.ph.utexas.edu/category/2013/05/….
May
14
comment A suspicious way to conclude convergence
Yes. I thought a real divergent sequence had to go to $\pm\infty$.
May
13
accepted A suspicious way to conclude convergence
May
13
comment A suspicious way to conclude convergence
Indeed, $S$ neither converges nor diverges.
May
12
asked A suspicious way to conclude convergence
May
7
comment Is there a need for another integration technique?
Next time I'll know better than to not draw the freaking region. =D
May
6
accepted Is there a need for another integration technique?
May
6
asked Is there a need for another integration technique?
May
6
awarded  Yearling